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samedi 1 août 1970

Festival d Aix-en-Provence
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Colosseum, Johnny Winter, Pete Brown

Aix-en-Provence, France

p:2/500/0...M/16
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Les conditions sont les mêmes que pour Pink Floyd au théâtre des Champs-Elysées. Je n'y étais pas. J'ai enregistré la retransmission sur Europe 1 présentée par Michel Lancelot, qui était sur place, avec mon "transistor" et mon magnétophone.
Pour Rock and Folk ce fut l'été POP : Chroniques plutot moroses, il n'est question que d'incapacité des autorités locales, de brutalités policières, de manque de maturité du public....
Le disque et le film de Woodstock étaient sortis deux mois avant.
Journal du show busines, numro 82<br />1970-07-10POP MUSIC, numro 15<br />1970-07-09

Rock & Folk



Rock & Folk no 44 (septembre 1970)
Chronique de Jacques Vassal<br />p61<br />p62<br />p63

Courrier des lecteurs<br />p19<br />p20

Photos JC Paillous

Highslide JS
Aix 70
Highslide JS
Biot 70
Highslide JS
Divers 71/72

Photos partagées par JC PAILLOUS

Affiche

JourOrdreArtiste(s)SourceConfirme

AIX
1, 2, 3 Août 1970

11Chico Magnetic BandRO
21ColosseumRO
22Johnny WinterRO
23Pete Brown & PibloktoRO
24Léonard CohenRO
AlephRO
Catherine Ribeiro + AlpesRO
Dinastie CrisisRO
KominternRO
LabyrintheRO
Majority OneRO
MounaRO
Mungo JerryRO
Radha Krishna TempleRO
StrategeRO
TitanicRO
Trader HornRO
TriangleRO
Wallace CollectionRO
Arthur ConleyRX
Deep PurpleRX
FamilyRX
FlockRX
IrresistiblesRX
MagmaRX
RenaissanceRX

Liens/Links

p:502/500/1...D/16

Colosseum

 



Discographie / Discography

Colosseum


Valentyne Suite

1969
Valentyne Suite

Daughter of Time

1970
Daughter of Time

Colosseum Live

1971
Colosseum Live

Mes Matérialisés

1969ColosseumWalking In The Park / Those About To DieFontana267 948 M7"
1971ColosseumColosseum LiveBronzeBRSP 22xLP
2009ColosseumMorituri Te SalutantSanctuary Records27093524xCD

Mes Autres

1969ColosseumThose Who Are About To Die SalM1288
1969ColosseumValentyne SuiteM1287

Line Up

Colosseum

Chris Farlowe : Lead Vocals
David Clem Clempson : Lead Guitar, Fender Rhodes, Piano
Mark Clarke : Bass Guitar
Dave Greenslade : Hammond Organ, Grand Piano
Jon Hiseman : Drums, Cymbals
Dick Heckstall-smith : Tenor, Soprano, Baritone Saxophones

SetList

1Lost Angeles
2Lost Angeles (coda)
3The Machine Demands A Sacrifice
4Valentine Suite

Allées X Venues

Colosseum

1969

11969-02-22The Boston Tea PartyBostonMA, USB01

1970

500X1970-08-02Aix En ProvenceFranceA01

1971

21971-05-00Piper ClubRomaItalyB01
31971-05-00Sporthalle Am BoellenfalltorDarmstadtGermanyB01

2004

999M+16 septembre 1934 (Ludlow, England) / 17 décembre 2004 (Hampstead, England)2004-12-17Mort de Dick Heckstall-SmithHampsteadEnglandB

2014

42014-11-07FabrikHamburgGermanyB01

2015

52015-02-28Shepherd S Bush EmpireLondonEnglandB01

Enregistrements

(1/1) Colosseum, 1969-02-22, The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Colosseum

Tea Party

Boston, USA

February 22, 1969


SBD A-


01 Butty's Blues (13:24)
02 The Machine Demands A Sacrifice (11:54)
03 The Valentyne Suite (24:25)

TT - 49:43

Dave Greenslade - Organ, Vocals
James Litherland - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Tony Reeves - Bass Guitar
Dick Heckstall-Smith - Saxophone
Jon Hiseman - Drums

Another one from the archives. Quite an early Colosseum recording and one of very few to feature James Litherland. Some tape hiss but overall sound is near excellent. A personal favourite.

Enjoy!

(500/1) Colosseum, 1970-08-02, Aix En Provence, France

Audio/FLAC, Dime/SousMarin, (2009)

SMJ019
Notes

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1970-08-01
Colosseum / Johnny Winter / Pete Brown
Festival d'Aix-en-Provence

From original Europe 1 live broadcast (AM bandwidth), featuring Michel Lancelot.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(1970) Philips AM > Geloso mono tape recorder G257 >
(2009) Sony stereo tape recorder TC-377 > Archos AV320
Lineage: ANA(M) > WAV(PCM 44.1Khz 16 bits) > Flac(Level 8)
Audacity v 1.3.5 (unicode) Beta
Trader's Little Helper v 2.4.1 (Build 160) (flac, md5)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sory guys this is a very, very bad recording. Many crac, boum, hum, cut and hissssss.
So this my original tape with no edit (only notch filter at 6750 + 4850 hz).

Great bands, great shows.
Hope better for the 30th anniversary.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LineUp :

Colosseum

Chris Farlowe / Lead Vocals
David 'Clem' Clempson / Lead Guitar, Fender Rhodes Piano
Mark Clarke / Bass Guitar
Dave Greenslade / Hammond Organ, Grand Piano
Jon Hiseman / Drums, Cymbals
Dick Heckstall-Smith / Tenor, Soprano, Baritone Saxophones

Johnny Winter

Johny Winter / Vocals, Lead Guitar
Rick Derringer / Guitar
Randy Jo Hobbs / Bass Guitar

Pete Brown & Piblokto

Pete Brown / Vocals, Percussion
Jim Mullen / Guitar
Roger Bunn(?), Steve Glover(?) / Bass Guitar
Dave Thompson / Keyboards
Rob Tait / Drums
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Setlist

a Colosseum

a01 Lost Angeles
a02 Lost Angeles (coda)
a03 The Machine Demands A Sacrifice
a04 Valentine Suite

b Johnny Winter And

B01 Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
B02 Prodigal Son
B03 My Own Fault

c Pete Brown & Piblokto

C01
C02 If They Could Only See Me Now
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Total time 01:23:42
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note :
setlist by zubbid 2009-11-14 (Dime)
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SMJ019
v2013.12.11
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(2/1) Colosseum, 1971-05-00, Piper Club, Roma, Italy

Audio/Flac, /, ()

504001001f504001001b504001001g
Notes

I'm attempting to catalog my Colosseum recordings, so some of these may be redundant to some.
These came from trades back in 2000-2002 & are mainly from Liberated Bootlegs.

We're all looking for upgrades, alternate sources, & uncirculated Colosseum shows.
If you have any of those, please share or get them to someone that can do so.
Enjoy!!

*****************************************************************
Colosseum .... 1971
Piper Club, Rome, Italy

Jon Hiseman – Drums
Dick Heckstall-Smith – Saxophones
Dave Greenslade – Organ, Vocals
Chris Farlowe – Vocals
Mark Clarke – Bass, Vocals
Dave "Clem" Clempson – Guitar, Vocals

Taper, & Taping Gear: ??Unknown??
Trade: Takashi (Japan, THX!!!).
Source: AUD - Liberated Bootleg "Roma Caput Mundi"; Reel Tapes label #RTCD007
Lineage: "AUD" Trade CDR> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: vg+
Length: 4 tracks = 67:52 minutes
Artwork: included.
Samples: none.

Set List:

01 - intro, Rope Ladder To The Moon
02 - Skeleton
03 - Tanglewood
04 - Time Machine

----------------------------------------------------------
Support the artists: Buy the officially released items, etc.

Prepared by Jeff James (roryglzep@aol.com)
*****************************************************************


(3/1) Colosseum, 1971-05-00, Sporthalle Am Boellenfalltor, Darmstadt, Germany

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

COLOSSEUM darmstadt sporthalle am boellenfalltor 5/71

CDR trade> EAC> wav> CoolEdit> wav> FLAC

Disc One
1. Intro
2. Beware The Ides Of March
3. Downhill And Shadows

Disc Two
1. Tanglewood 63
2. The Machine Demands A Sacrifice
3. Lost Angeles
4. Rope Ladder To The Moon
5. Walking In The Park
6. The Valentyne Suite

dave clempson, guitar
dick heckstall-smith, saxophones
jon hiseman, drums
dave greenslade, organ
mark clarke, bass
(chris farlowe was ill)

(4/1) Colosseum, 2014-11-07, Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

COLOSSEUM

Hamburg
Fabrik
Germany
2014-November-07 (Friday)

*************************************
THE RETURN OF A LEGEND
*************************************

taped by: RCM /2nd source /alternate equipment
transferred by: RCM

size: 651 mb
time: 1 hrs: 51 min: 11 sec
RC.218b_aud.ls11.flac.16


Olympus LS11 internal mics (24bit/48khz downsampled>16bit/44.1kHz) >Secure Digital SD-card>
USB2.0Interface>soundforge/audioedit>Wav-Splitter>flac.frontend lev.8>flac

SETLIST (111:11)

01. Chris Farlowe-intro [1:42]
02. Walking In The Park [6:34]
03. Jon Hiseman-band intro/talking [2:51]
04. Morning Story [7:39]
05. Chris Farlowe-talking [0:59]
06. Blues To Music [7:02]
07. Jon Hiseman-talking [2:16]
08. No Pleasin' > [10:21]
09. Stormy Monday Blues [9:48]
10. Chris Farlowe-talking [3:11]
11. The Way You Wave Goodbye [5:51]
12. Valentyne Suite [23:35]
13. audience [1:15]
14. E: Drum Solo > [8:58]
15. E: Lost Angeles [18:03]
16. E: Jon Hiseman-thank you's [1:06]

COLOSSEUM:

JON HISEMAN - drums, percussion
BARBARA THOMPSON - saxophone
CLEM CLEMPSON - guitars, vocals
MARK CLARKE - bass
DAVE GREENSLADE - keyboards
CHRIS FARLOWE - vocals, percussion

Enjoy!

*********************************************************
PLEASE - support the artists! Buy their CDs and go to their shows!

NOT FOR SALE - FREE TRADE ONLY
*********************************************************

(5/1) Colosseum, 2015-02-28, Shepherd S Bush Empire, London, England

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Colosseum
Shepherd's Bush Empire, London
28 February 2015

Personnel:

Jon Hiseman: drums
Chris Farlowe: vocals
Mark Clarke: bass
Barbara Thompson: sax, clarinet
Clem Clempson: guitar
Dave Greenslade: keyboard

Set list:

1. Walking in the park (inc)
2. Band intros
3. Morning Story
4. Blues to music
5. No pleasin'/Stormy Monday
6. The way you waved goodbye
7. Valentyne Suite
8. Drum solo/Lost Angeles

First track is very incomplete – I got there a bit late. Sorry.

Recorded on a Roland r 09HR and converted to flac in Magix ACL. Sample in comments.



ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1969-05-23DutchJam, Colosseum , The Beatles ,
1969-08-02DutchToppop, Colosseum ,
1969-12-26DutchToppop, Colosseum ,
1970-08-27DutchPiknik, Colosseum ,
1971-02-09DutchToppop, Colosseum ,
1971-10-16FrancePop Deux, Colosseum ,
1978-01-07Great BritainSight Sound In Concert, Colosseum ,
p:503/500/2...D/16

Johnny Winter

 


Photo R&F

Discographie / Discography

Johnny Winter


Johnny Winter

1969
Johnny Winter

Second Winter

1970
Second Winter

Still Alive And Well

1973
Still Alive And Well

Mes Matérialisés

1971Johnny Winter AndLive Johnny Winter AndCBSSBP 233932LP
1977Johnny WinterNothin' But The BluesBlue SkySKY 82141LP
1995Johnny WinterCommanderDog 'n' RollDNR 062CD
2010Johnny WinterOriginal Album ClassicsColumbia886976561725xCD

Mes Autres

1969Johnny WinterSecondwinterM16011
1971Johnny WinterLiveM1608
1976Johnny WinterCaptured LiveM1606
1994Johnny WinterRock N Roll CollectionM16022
2000Johnny WinterBlues Story #1M1921

Line Up

Johnny Winter

Johnny Winter : Vocals, Lead Guitar
Rick Derringer : Guitar
Randy Jo Hobbs : Bass Guitar

SetList

1Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
2Prodigal Son
3My Own Fault

Allées X Venues

Johny Winter

1970

500X1970-08-02Aix En ProvenceFranceA01 / 02

2014

999M+23 février 1944 (Beaumont, Texas, USA) / 16 juillet 2014 (Zurich, Switzerlands)2014-07-16Mort de Johny WinterZurichSwitzerlandB

Enregistrements

(500/1) Johny Winter, 1970-08-02, Aix En Provence, France

Audio/Flac, Dime/SousMarin, (2009)

SMJ019
Notes

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1970-08-01
Colosseum / Johnny Winter / Pete Brown
Festival d'Aix-en-Provence

From original Europe 1 live broadcast (AM bandwidth), featuring Michel Lancelot.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(1970) Philips AM > Geloso mono tape recorder G257 >
(2009) Sony stereo tape recorder TC-377 > Archos AV320
Lineage: ANA(M) > WAV(PCM 44.1Khz 16 bits) > Flac(Level 8)
Audacity v 1.3.5 (unicode) Beta
Trader's Little Helper v 2.4.1 (Build 160) (flac, md5)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sory guys this is a very, very bad recording. Many crac, boum, hum, cut and hissssss.
So this my original tape with no edit (only notch filter at 6750 + 4850 hz).

Great bands, great shows.
Hope better for the 30th anniversary.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LineUp :

Colosseum

Chris Farlowe / Lead Vocals
David 'Clem' Clempson / Lead Guitar, Fender Rhodes Piano
Mark Clarke / Bass Guitar
Dave Greenslade / Hammond Organ, Grand Piano
Jon Hiseman / Drums, Cymbals
Dick Heckstall-Smith / Tenor, Soprano, Baritone Saxophones

Johnny Winter

Johny Winter / Vocals, Lead Guitar
Rick Derringer / Guitar
Randy Jo Hobbs / Bass Guitar

Pete Brown & Piblokto

Pete Brown / Vocals, Percussion
Jim Mullen / Guitar
Roger Bunn(?), Steve Glover(?) / Bass Guitar
Dave Thompson / Keyboards
Rob Tait / Drums
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Setlist

a Colosseum

a01 Lost Angeles
a02 Lost Angeles (coda)
a03 The Machine Demands A Sacrifice
a04 Valentine Suite

b Johnny Winter And

B01 Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
B02 Prodigal Son
B03 My Own Fault

c Pete Brown & Piblokto

C01
C02 If They Could Only See Me Now
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total time 01:23:42
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
note :
setlist by zubbid 2009-11-14 (Dime)
----------------------------------------------------------
SMJ019
v2013.12.11
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(500/2) Johny Winter, 1970-08-02, Aix En Provence, France

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

JOHNNY WINTER
Aix-en-Provence Festival, France
August 2nd, 1970
Europe 1 french radio station live broadcast featuring DJ Michel Lancelot (he was much more than a DJ actually).

SOURCE: VG 2nd gen mono AM radio recording (not FM). No hiss, no noise, but limited frequency range due to AM and noise removal.

PLEASE NOTE: this is probably the complete broadcast, but not the complete concert. 25 minutes were shared here with the same sort of quality.
Bear in mind that there are two DJs speaking even during the music, here and there. Their talking will bring (good?) memories to the elder fans, but may
sound annoying to the non-french speaking people.

LINEAGE :
-> AM broadcast -> unknown tuner and recording device -> my 2nd gen TDK SAX Type II cassette.
-> Nakamichi Dragon (with NAAC auto-azimuth) Dolby B on for playback
-> Zoom H2 -> wav
-> Goldwave v.5.69 for edits, tracks, channel balance, light noise removal, maximize at 90%,
-> TLH 2.4.1 (build 160)-> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries, md5s

SETLIST
01.Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
02.Unknown ?
03.Be careful with a fool
04.Highway 61
05.Rollin' & Tumblin
06.Rock Medley (Derringer on vocals)
07.(Instrumental) & drum solo

Total duration 0:55:40

Prepared and shared by finkployd49 (January 2015).

*** NOT FOR SALE ***




ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1969-08-30AustraliaHitscene, Johnny Winter ,
1970-03-19FranceA L Affiche Du Monde, Johnny Winter ,
1970-04-30DutchJam, Johnny Winter ,
1970-09-19DenmarkJazz Beat, Johnny Winter ,
1970-10-02DenmarkJazz Beat, Johnny Winter ,
1970-10-03FrancePop Deux, Johnny Winter ,
1971-01-16UsaDetroit Tubeworks, Johnny Winter , Ted Nugent , The Rolling Stones ,
1971-05-10DenmarkJazz Beat, Johnny Winter ,
1973-07-06UsaThe Midnight Special, The Rolling Stones , Johnny Winter ,
1973-11-23UsaAbc In Concert, Johnny Winter ,
1973-12-29UsaDon Kirshner Rock Concert, Johnny Winter ,
1974-10-29Great BritainOld Grey Whistle Test, Johnny Winter ,
1975-04-05FranceJuke Box, Johnny Winter ,
1975-10-18BelgiumFolllies, Johnny Winter ,
1977-05-13AustraliaNightmoves, Johnny Winter ,
1977-10-29UsaDon Kirshner Rock Concert, Johnny Winter ,
1978-08-19SwedenOronaboj, Johnny Winter ,
1979-03-10GermanyRockpalast, Johnny Winter , Patti Smith ,
1979-04-21SwedenMaratonrock, Johnny Winter , Patti Smith ,
1979-05-01Great BritainOld Grey Whistle Test, Johnny Winter ,
1979-05-13FranceChorus, Johnny Winter ,
p:504/500/3...D/16

Pete Brown

 

Photos R&F

Discographie / Discography

Pete Brown


A Meal You Can Shake Hands<br />With in the Dark

1969
A Meal You Can Shake Hands
With in the Dark

Things May Come and Things May Go<br />But the Art School Dance Goes on for Ever

1970
Things May Come and Things May Go
But the Art School Dance Goes on for Ever

Thousands on a raft

1971
Thousands on a raft

Mes Matérialisés

2009Pete Brown & His Battered OrnamentsA Meal You Can Shake Hands With In The DarkRepertoire RecordsREPUK 1113CD

Mes Autres

0Pete BrownTwo Heads Are Beter Than OneW14110
1970Pete BrownThings May Come And Things May GoM26514
1971Pete BrownMeal You Can Shake Hands WithM19210
1971Pete BrownThe Land That Cream ForgotM22515
1971Pete BrownThousands On A RaftM26511
1976Pete BrownParty In The RainM25613

Line Up

Pete Brown & Piblokto

Pete Brown : Vocals, Percussion
Jim Mullen : Guitar
Roger Bunn(?), Steve Glover(?) : Bass Guitar
Dave Thompson : Keyboards
Rob Tait : Drums

SetList

1?
2If They Could Only See Me Now

Allées X Venues

Pete Brown

1970

500X1970-08-02Aix En ProvenceFranceA01

1971

11971-00-00StadtparkHamburgGermanyB01

Enregistrements

(500/1) Pete Brown, 1970-08-02, Aix En Provence, France

Audio/Flac, Dime/SousMarin, (2009)

SMJ019
Notes

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1970-08-01
Colosseum / Johnny Winter / Pete Brown
Festival d'Aix-en-Provence

From original Europe 1 live broadcast (AM bandwidth), featuring Michel Lancelot.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(1970) Philips AM > Geloso mono tape recorder G257 >
(2009) Sony stereo tape recorder TC-377 > Archos AV320
Lineage: ANA(M) > WAV(PCM 44.1Khz 16 bits) > Flac(Level 8)
Audacity v 1.3.5 (unicode) Beta
Trader's Little Helper v 2.4.1 (Build 160) (flac, md5)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sory guys this is a very, very bad recording. Many crac, boum, hum, cut and hissssss.
So this my original tape with no edit (only notch filter at 6750 + 4850 hz).

Great bands, great shows.
Hope better for the 30th anniversary.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LineUp :

Colosseum

Chris Farlowe / Lead Vocals
David 'Clem' Clempson / Lead Guitar, Fender Rhodes Piano
Mark Clarke / Bass Guitar
Dave Greenslade / Hammond Organ, Grand Piano
Jon Hiseman / Drums, Cymbals
Dick Heckstall-Smith / Tenor, Soprano, Baritone Saxophones

Johnny Winter

Johny Winter / Vocals, Lead Guitar
Rick Derringer / Guitar
Randy Jo Hobbs / Bass Guitar

Pete Brown & Piblokto

Pete Brown / Vocals, Percussion
Jim Mullen / Guitar
Roger Bunn(?), Steve Glover(?) / Bass Guitar
Dave Thompson / Keyboards
Rob Tait / Drums
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Setlist

a Colosseum

a01 Lost Angeles
a02 Lost Angeles (coda)
a03 The Machine Demands A Sacrifice
a04 Valentine Suite

b Johnny Winter And

B01 Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
B02 Prodigal Son
B03 My Own Fault

c Pete Brown & Piblokto

C01
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(1/1) Pete Brown, 1971-00-00, Stadtpark, Hamburg, Germany

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Pete Brown & Piblokto!
1971-xx-xx Hamburg, Germany Stadtpark (M?-AUD)

~*~ Carefully remastered removing blemishes, without EQ ~*~

01-[11:13]. ...Letter From Messiah
02-[07:40]. The Dawn Of The Night Wasp
03-[09:37]. The Politician
04-[21:02]. Milk Is Turning Sour In My Shoes//

Total Time ::: 49:32

::: VERY nice, right in PA, stereo AUD with a few hiccups. Check samples to taste & try before you byte.
::: Warts: #1 bit wobbly 1st 2 minutes. Number of split second glitches in #1 (& more later) were repaired & cleaned up wherever possible. Stereo imaging changes a few times. Fixed many dullspots & dropouts but surely missed some. #4 splice at ~16 minutes & cuts after about 19 minutes!
::: NOTE: This comes to life after 1st minute & even after the 2nd. Don't give up, most of it is EXTREMELY enjoyable quality.

Recording Information ::: unknown stereo equipment -> master stereo AUD tape -> unknown generations (probably all analog) -> unknown generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette, Dolby B on.

Playback 2011-07-25 ::: unknown generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette on Nakamichi BX-300 cassette deck, Dolby B on, azimuth adjusted, heads cleaned & demagnatized -> Tascam CD-RW900SL professional CD recorder -> CD-RW, no track splits -> computer -> EAC secure mode (logs made) -> wav file(s) -> Audacity [normalisation to remove DC offset, channel/phase alignment, fades, manual one-at-a-time glitch, bump, pop, click, dropout & dullspot repairs, volume adjustments, -1.5% single pass averaged speed correction after spectral analysis & with pitchpipe verification, NO equalisation] -> CD Wave (track splits) -> flacs (Trader's Little Helper) -> yr ears. First uploaded week of 2014-11-22.

Line-up ::: Pete Brown - vocals // Ray "Taff" Williams - electric guitar // Phil Ryan - keyboards // Will Youatt - electric bass // Ed. Spevock - drums.

Nothing here ever commercially released to my knowledge. If I'm wrong, please advise & I'll take the offending trax offline.

DimeTravel 071 ::: Thanks to the original taper & traders! ::: Corrections welcome :::

Aside from Pete Brown & Piblokto!, these guys played in a FEW other bands... Here are some of them.
Pete Brown (The First Real Poetry Band with John McLaughlin, Pete Brown & His Battered Ornaments,Bond & Brown,Brown and Friends, Flying Tigers, others...).
Phil Ryan (Eyes Of Blue, Big Sleep, Clive John Band, Man, John St. Field (Jackie Leven), Flying Aces, Neutrons,others...).
Ray "Taff" Williams (Eyes Of Blue, Big Sleep,The Mustangs,Houseband,Gary&Taff (with Gary Pickford-Hokins of Wild Turkey,MANY others...).
Ed. Spevock (State Quintin Five/Brian Connell & The Roundsound/Amboy Dukes/Salt & Pepper/Pete Brown & Piblokto!/Bond & Brown/Babe Ruth/Chicken Shack/The Peddlers/Lion/Enigma/Richard O´Brien Band/Stealing Dan (and Don)/Robin Bibi Band/Richie Milton & The Lowdown/Flare/Paul Cox Band/Nigel Bagge Band/Andy Cortes Band/Top Topham Band, others...).
Will Youatt - electric bass (Neutrons,Man,Alkatraz,others...).

Some DIMER mentioned they might have a somewhat longer version (hopefully an upgrade as well), but I been waitin' a long time & it ain't appeared, so here's my copy (after a lotta work). Hopefully someone can do better for us eventually as the master tape must be a stellar recording, recorded right up in the PA speakers with almost no audience noise (in fact, the crowd sounds fairly thin in the ranks!). Unfortunately, as far as I can remember at this juncture, this is the final installment in my unissued Pete Brown/Piblokto!/Battered Ornaments box. I sincerely hope some other fanatic can take up the reins & provide us with some more recordings & insight into the wonderful worlds of... Please.

The music is radical & demanding & wonderfully jammed out. The interplay between Phil Ryan & Ray "Taff" Williams is outstanding. Taff is a fascinating guitar player - we need more by this guy! Check the long feedback & jamming section of "Milk Is Turning Sour In My Shoes". Pate is in great form, perhaps a bit outta control in "The Politician" but into a lovely almost Floyd-like vocal space in "The Dawn Of The Night Wasp" - a great version. I love the Pete Brown albums. I had known of Pete thru things Cream for 30 years or more before the CD reissue scene & the likes of Byron Coley started showing up in my neighborhood. Not to mention The Man In The Castle, a friend o' Pete's from way back. Kinda cool I was able to give a few things back to Pete himself along the way. The "Thousands On A Raft" album should be on every reputable turntable at some time or another & "A Meal You Can Shake Hands With In The Dark" & "Things May Come and Things May Go but the Art School Dance Goes on Forever" don't just deserve honorable mentions in rock history, but ought to be heard - loud if you still can handle it (or yer grandkids can). This recording should get the turkeys gobblin'. Amazing sounds! Listen, enjoy, show appreciation, share, give, spread peace. Yers truly, Knees

Support the artist! http://www.petebrown.co.uk

Do whatever you want with it except sell it, 'cause that ain't cool!


ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1970-10-17FrancePop Deux, Pete Brown ,
1971-12-04FrancePop Deux, Pete Brown ,
1972-07-01FranceRockenstock, Matching Mole , Pete Brown ,
p:615/500/4...D/16

Leonard Cohen

 

Allées X Venues

AIX 1970

1970

6001970-08-02Aix En ProvenceFranceA01
6101970-08-31Isle Of WightEnglandA01

2016

999M+21 septembre 1934 (Westmount, Quebec) / 7 novembre 2016 (Los Angeles, CA, USA)2016-11-07Mort de Léonard CohenLos AngelesCA, USB

Enregistrements

(600/1) AIX 1970, 1970-08-02, Aix En Provence, France

Audio/FLAC, Dime/, (2009)

Notes

Leonard Cohen & The Army
Festival Performances, Aug 1970

Two partial recordings of festival performances from 1970 in wildly different quality.

The Aix show is an audience recording which suffered from severe speed/pitch fluctuation which I have done my best to remedy somewhat -- to remedy it completely would be an impossible task. The source has ugly crossfade edits between tracks which obviously nothing could be done about. All of Lenny comments and intro's are in French.

The Isle of Wight tracks are from the same pristine soundboard recording as the three officially released tracks ("Let's Sing Another Song, Boys" on SONGS OF LOVE & HATE, "Tonight Will Be Fine" on LIVE SONGS and "Suzanne" on MESSAGE TO LOVE and other various artists IoW albums). This recording is an absolute must-have.

Aix-En-Provence Festival, France, 2 Aug 1970 [AUD]
=======================================
01. Les Propriétaires de la Révolution (speech in French) 1:35
02. Bird on the Wire 3:50
03. So Long, Marianne 2:24
04. You Know Who I Am 3:11
05. Lady Midnight 2:36
06. One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong 4:14
07. The Stranger Song 5:19
08. For No Reason At All (Improvisation) :40
09. Joan of Arc 5:02
10. The Partisan 3:34
11. Intro :38
12. Sisters of Mercy 3:30
13. Diamonds in the Mine 4:14

liberated from the bootleg "The Golden Voice of Leonard Cohen Vol. 3"
(portable reel-to-reel?) > ? > CD > WAV > FLAC > WAV (retracked, adjusted levels & pitch/speed w/ Magix ACL10) > FLAC (6)

Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight, England, 31 Aug 1970, 4am [SBD]
=================================================================
01. Intro :51
02. One of Us Cannot Be Wrong 5:01
03. The Stranger Song 6:42
04. Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye 4:18
05. Diamonds In The Mine (with first verse known as "They Gave Me Some Money") 5:10

reel > ? > cdr-x > NERO > WAV > dEdit (w/CEP) > shntool > FLAC (8) (w/Flac Frontend)


FROM THE ORIGINAL SEEDER'S NOTES:
I did my best to fix the (digi-)flaws on this recording. However, I cannot guarantee it is perfectly clean. There are still "ticks" in some spots, especially in "The Stranger Song" (from 4:14 to ~5:00). There are also a couple of slight static spots and noise from P.A but nothing too serious.

If you find a complete recording from that source (in the same quality) please seed it! :o)

edits w/ Cool Edit Pro 2.1a

t02
-clicks removed @ 0:43.053, 0:43.908, 0:47, 0:57 (still very slight static), 4:12
t03
-clicks removed @ 0:16, 0:41, 5:04 (just before a slight static spot)
t05 (now t04)
-clicks removed @ 1:23, 1:58 (x2), 3:12
t06 (now t05)
-clicks removed @ 0:33 (during static spot), 1:41, 2:46, 3:19, 4:27 (still can hear minor distortion peak)
-blank deleted at the end of the track
-fade out added at the end of the track

NB: the original seeder included "Tonight Will Be Fine" as t04, but this is officially released (see note above)

(610/1) Leonard Cohen, 1970-08-31, Isle Of Wight, England

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Leonard Cohen & The Army
Festival Performances, Aug 1970

Two partial recordings of festival performances from 1970 in wildly different quality.

The Aix show is an audience recording which suffered from severe speed/pitch fluctuation which I have done my best to remedy somewhat -- to remedy it completely would be an impossible task. The source has ugly crossfade edits between tracks which obviously nothing could be done about. All of Lenny comments and intro's are in French.

The Isle of Wight tracks are from the same pristine soundboard recording as the three officially released tracks ("Let's Sing Another Song, Boys" on SONGS OF LOVE & HATE, "Tonight Will Be Fine" on LIVE SONGS and "Suzanne" on MESSAGE TO LOVE and other various artists IoW albums). This recording is an absolute must-have.

Aix-En-Provence Festival, France, 2 Aug 1970 [AUD]
=======================================
01. Les Propriétaires de la Révolution (speech in French) 1:35
02. Bird on the Wire 3:50
03. So Long, Marianne 2:24
04. You Know Who I Am 3:11
05. Lady Midnight 2:36
06. One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong 4:14
07. The Stranger Song 5:19
08. For No Reason At All (Improvisation) :40
09. Joan of Arc 5:02
10. The Partisan 3:34
11. Intro :38
12. Sisters of Mercy 3:30
13. Diamonds in the Mine 4:14

liberated from the bootleg "The Golden Voice of Leonard Cohen Vol. 3"
(portable reel-to-reel?) > ? > CD > WAV > FLAC > WAV (retracked, adjusted levels & pitch/speed w/ Magix ACL10) > FLAC (6)

Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight, England, 31 Aug 1970, 4am [SBD]
=================================================================
01. Intro :51
02. One of Us Cannot Be Wrong 5:01
03. The Stranger Song 6:42
04. Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye 4:18
05. Diamonds In The Mine (with first verse known as "They Gave Me Some Money") 5:10

reel > ? > cdr-x > NERO > WAV > dEdit (w/CEP) > shntool > FLAC (8) (w/Flac Frontend)


FROM THE ORIGINAL SEEDER'S NOTES:
I did my best to fix the (digi-)flaws on this recording. However, I cannot guarantee it is perfectly clean. There are still "ticks" in some spots, especially in "The Stranger Song" (from 4:14 to ~5:00). There are also a couple of slight static spots and noise from P.A but nothing too serious.

If you find a complete recording from that source (in the same quality) please seed it! :o)

edits w/ Cool Edit Pro 2.1a

t02
-clicks removed @ 0:43.053, 0:43.908, 0:47, 0:57 (still very slight static), 4:12
t03
-clicks removed @ 0:16, 0:41, 5:04 (just before a slight static spot)
t05 (now t04)
-clicks removed @ 1:23, 1:58 (x2), 3:12
t06 (now t05)
-clicks removed @ 0:33 (during static spot), 1:41, 2:46, 3:19, 4:27 (still can hear minor distortion peak)
-blank deleted at the end of the track
-fade out added at the end of the track

NB: the original seeder included "Tonight Will Be Fine" as t04, but this is officially released (see note above)


ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1968-01-27Great BritainOnce More With Felix, Leonard Cohen ,
1972-04-04DenmarkVarious Denmark Tv Rock Show, Leonard Cohen ,
1975-12-22UsaSoundstage 1st Issue, Leonard Cohen ,
1978-11-18GermanyRockpop In Concert, Leonard Cohen ,
1979-01-25UsaAustin City Limit, Jean-Luc Ponty , Leonard Cohen ,
1979-12-01GermanyRockpop, Dr Feelgood , Leonard Cohen , Mike Oldfield ,
1988-02-17GermanyNa Siehste, Leonard Cohen ,
1988-03-16BelgiumCargo De Nuit, Leonard Cohen ,
1988-05-24AustraliaRock Arena, Leonard Cohen ,
1993-05-14Great BritainLater With Jools Holland, Leonard Cohen ,
p:505/500/5...D/16

Films


La cause du Pop

Réalisé par : Daniel Szuster
Produit par : Pierre Tarcali Astra Paris Films

Année : 1971
Date de sortie en salle : 22/06/73
Pays : France






On peut aussi apercevoir le festival dans le film érotique

LA MICHETONNEUSE
(Trouble ou les Mémoires d'une enfant du siècle)





voir : http://wwwcinemusiques.blogspot.com/2007/07/franois-jouffa.html
Réalisation : Francis Leroi
Co-scénariste : François Jouffa
avec Christine Leuk, Roger Lumont, Anouck Ferjac,Louis Arbessier, Daniel Bellus, Valerie Wilson
Photo : Patrice Wyers
Musique : Pierre Fanen
Montage : Annabelle
Directeur de production : Alain Dahan
Production: Martine Franchi Francis Leroi Une Production Unité Un
Distribution Les Films Méric, et Fernand Rivers

(96 minutes)
16mm gonflé 35, couleur
interdit aux moins de 18 ans.
Année : 1971
Date de sortie en salle : 02/08/72
Pays : France

Jeune étudiante, Justine ne se sent ni à l'aise dans le milieu bourgeois de ses parents ni vraiment dans la légèreté universitaire de certaines de ses amies. Elle tente de rentrer dans le monde du travail (enquêteuse, vendeuse) mais se fait importuner par son patron. Elle est hébergée par un travesti et se voit refuser une aide de sa soeur Juliette .....
Après un passage dans un festival "pop", elle fait la rencontre avec un jeune journaliste qu'elle finira par épouser. Mais le mariage ne semble pas être la panacée pour la belle qui finira par se prostituer .....